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“So it was a bit surprising to have found a two-meter-tall insectoid, dressed in civilian human garb, standing on the front stoop.”
“To move the two-meter-tall tablet to Chongqing, craftsmen chiseled the stones from the wall without damaging the flowing calligraphy.”
“Quark straightened-at least, as much as he could with a two-meter-tall woman hanging all over him.”
“On the other hand, if the spin arm was 100 meters long, the two-meter-tall person would feel 98 percent as much gravity at his head as at his toes, and probably would not notice any difference.”
“For example, if R is 10 meters, then a two-meter-tall person standing in such a gravity field will have his head at R = 8 meters, and thus experience only 80 percent as much gravity at his head as at his feet.”
“That night they camped in the shelter of a slyone grove, surrounded by two-meter-tall flowers which were at once incredibly graceful and strong.”
“There stood a quartet of Hunters, one at each corner of an array of eight wafer-thin, two-meter-tall rectangles, arranged like the rays of a stylized sun around a central column.”
“For the first time Etienne saw Na females, along with two-meter-tall cubs.”
“The two-meter-tall statue has been revealed for Paul the Octopus, the tentacled tipster who fascinated football fans by correctly predicting results at last year's World Cup.”
“To Coqen's right is the Tara Hall, containing a two-meter-tall bronze statue of the White Tara and two clay statues of the Green Tara (Tara referring to Buddha types).”
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